Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 206125
scim-chewing: Trigger keys setting isn't correct
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:42 EST
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.activate scim-chewing, ctrl-SPACE
2.right-click on the SCIM icon, on the prompted window, click SCIM Setup
3.click Chewing in the left pane
4.in the Keyboard tabbed section, click button after "Trigger keys: Ctrl+space"
5.check key setting in Select trigger keys window
In Select trigger keys window, it displays that Trigger key is space, but in the
Keyboard tabbed section, it displays that Trigger key is Ctrl+space
Don't do any change in select trigger keys window, just click OK button on it.
Then the Trigger key change to be space. (since nothing changed, it shouldn't
turn from Ctrl+space to space)
It seems to be the GUI doesn't reflect the value accurately.
When you delete the problem key and add "Control+Space" key manually, it is not
reproduceable as above.
Looking into it.
BTW, the trigger key doesn't perform nothing when I press that in gedit with
chewing on as my observation.
Created attachment 136335 [details]
As 'Ctrl+space' is not a valid key combination, 'Ctrl' was omitted when
configuration page loads.
It should be 'Control+space'.
Patched & rebuilt.
Reported to upstream:
Please reopen this bug if found problem still exists.
Verified that it has been fixed in latest FC6:
# rpm -q scim-chewing